Pubpsher: C&t Publishing / Kansas City Star Quilts
Category: Patchwork quilts
Forever change the way you look at scraps! Best-selling author, Quiltmaker columnist, and esteemed teacher Bonnie K. Hunter shares 12 large, multicolored scrap quilt patterns in her signature style. Learn how to sew leftover strips into usable fabric that s readily available for projects with Bonnie s easy-to-use Scrap User s System. This complete guide to scrap quilting includes full-size templates, 2 paper-piecing patterns, and a full chapter on quiltmaking basics for scrap addicts."
The author is currently working in a Navratna-PSU. He did Bachelor of Engineering from Jadavpur University, Kolkata. His other interests are photography, music, travelling, blogging and cooking. The Lost Scraps of Love is his first book.
To chase, to embrace, and to savor the deepest passions of her heart, a quirky carpenters daughter builds her social work career - and fills the emptiness she has long known - by captivating the love of her life - Carolyn. But Jordan Mathews success is short-lived, as her career evolves into an outrageous battle of office politics, where no good deed seems to go unpunished - and where only the power of love survives. A vibrant and playful celebration of gay pride, Building It All From Scraps is a campy fiction that blends love, relationships, friendships and family, with an understanding of gay culture and history. Set at the Jersey Shore in the 1970s and 1980s, the story shares the transformation of a shy and ambiguous girl to a professional gay woman, and pits wants vs. expectations, needs vs. loyalties, in this comical construction of lifes loves, and the quest to find true meaning. The author includes a variety of articles about prominent social issues and especially, those affecting gay people - at the end of the book. These condensed, professional, yet easy-to-understand articles form a reference section that serves as a political history and social commentary for gay people everywhere. But you dont need to use the reference section to enjoy this amusing story about life, and love, fulfilled. A tale that revels in the clash of the sexual revolution, balancing disco community and true love with family life and working class values, Building It All from Scraps is a humorous and solidifying testimonial to all gay people, an educational and informative book for all human service workers, and a great piece of philosophical entertainment for those who are neither. And it lets us know, at the end of the day, that we are all the same.
Musaicum Books presents to you this carefully created volume of "The Complete Works of Jane Austen (Including Novels, Personal Letters & Scraps)". This ebook has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Content: Sense and Sensibility Pride and Prejudice Mansfield Park Emma Northanger Abby Persuasion The Watsons Sanditon Lady Susan Love and Freindship Lesley Castle The History of England Letters Scraps Jane Austen (1775–1817) was an English novelist whose works of romantic fiction, set among the landed gentry, earned her a place as one of the most widely read writers in English literature. Her realism and biting social commentary have gained her historical importance among scholars and critics.
In the tradition of Stitch +n Bitch, a collection of humorous essays about America+s obsession with scrapbooking-Scrapbooking leads to deeper love, better health, perfect kindness, universal peace, a clearer complexion, and material wealth.+ Or so says Wendy Bagley, the witty author of Scraps: Adventures in Scrapbooking.Scraps is a hysterical collection of essays celebrating this outrageously popular hobby in all its glory. True -Scrapaholics+-a.k.a. Crop Queens, Photo Fiends, and 35-millimeter Mamas-will rejoice to see themselves reflected in the pages of this one-of-a-kind send-up. Overflowing with helpful hints (-Successful scrapbooking is one percent inspiration, eighty-nine percent perspiration, and ten percent snack food+) and aspirational wisdom (see the chapter titled -World Peace Through Scrapbooking+), Scraps is the perfect gift for the scrapbooking Mom who has everything.
In a newly enlarged edition of this eye-opening book, David T. Courtwright offers an original interpretation of a puzzling chapter in American social and medical history: the dramatic change in the pattern of opiate addiction--from respectable upper-class matrons to lower-class urban males, often with a criminal record. Challenging the prevailing view that the shift resulted from harsh new laws, Courtwright shows that the crucial role was played by the medical rather than the legal profession. "Dark Paradise" tells the story not only from the standpoint of legal and medical sources, but also from the perspective of addicts themselves. With the addition of a new introduction and two new chapters on heroin addiction and treatment since 1940, Courtwright has updated this compelling work of social history for the present crisis of the Drug War.